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Disco Biscuits Side Projects Live at The Point - Tom Hamilton and Aron Magner on 2003-12-28

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Disco Biscuits Side Projects Live at The Point - Tom Hamilton and Aron Magner on 2003-12-28


Topics Live concert


Simple Gift of Man
Tired Sigh
Karma Police(1)
Unspoken Rhyme
A Wonderful Day
Spy
Bitches and Candy
Soul is Shaking
Little Boy on the Moon
Cassidy(2)*
Bird Song(2)*
Up in Arms
Us & Them(3)
Boy
Forget You Know Me
Oh You Pretty Thing(4)$
Oh You Pretty Thing (Take 2)(4)$
One Sweet Dream(5)$->
Sun King(5)$->
Mean Mr. Mustard(5)$->
Polyethum Pam(5)$->
She Came in Through the Bathroom Window(5)$->
Golden Slumber(5)$->
Carry that Weight(5)$->
The End(5)$
Jazz Instrumental#
Smoothie King#
Squeeze^
The Boxer(6)*
In My Life (5)$


Collection DiscoBiscuitsSideProjects
Band/Artist Disco Biscuits Side Projects
Venue The Point - Tom Hamilton and Aron Magner
Location Bryn Mawr, PA

Source Unknown pair of Large Diaphram microphones->AD-20->waveterminal u24 ->D8
Lineage Tascam DA-30 MKII->RME Digi96-PST->Samplitude V5.5->CDWave->SHN
Taped by Unknown
Transferred by Scott Schneider

Notes

(1) Radiohead Cover.
(2) Grateful Dead Cover.
(3) Pink Floyd Cover.
(4) David Bowie Cover.
(5) Beatles Cover.
(6) Simon and Garfunkel Cover.
* w/ Jim Hamilton.
$ w/ Jim Hamilton and Mike Greenfield.
# Aron Magner solo.
^ Tom Hamilton solo.

Note: MD5 files and shn files updated with new "amth" prefix for the Live Music Archive.

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Reviewer: musichound1 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 20, 2007
Subject: Beautiful Colab
This just shows this band ability and class to bring together the generations of pop/rock genres. It pleases the masses when a band rocks it, and mixes up classic songs. This show is epic in my opinion. Take this show for what it is and nothing more. Nobody said that Bisco is better than any of these artists that they are covering. When I hear these guys tearing into a Run Like Hell or other covers the do regularly, it makes me think , WOW that was better than the original. To make it more interesting though think of it this way: How many times have other artists show up at their gigs and play the same old set over and over again? The Beatles were notorious for following the same set night after night. Find me one show where the Biscuits duplicated sets. DB grabs the newbie listener and gives them a taste of an evolution of song and dance. I think it says a lot about a band to be able to get the attention of loyal fans of another band,Pink Floyd Bowie, Garfunkel and others showcased here and still have the ability to pull something like this off let alone even attempt a Karma Police live. This is ART!!! It just takes some people a little longer seeing the beauty of what is the DB.
Reviewer: EX-Robotussin Addict - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 5, 2006
Subject: its worth the listen for sure...
as for someone who really likes disco biscuits, and brothers past, this is a cool little collaboration to at least listen to once. the covers are really cool to hear. also the brothers past and the DB song or two in there are really cool to stripped down. especially in brothers past's case i think it really shows how good there music is even when you take away all the computers and crazy effects.

if you are already into brothers past and disco biscuits (which you prolly are if yer looking at this) check it out. peace.
Reviewer: Tyler - favoritefavoritefavorite - September 29, 2005
Subject: intresting
I have never heard this band before.. just listened because of the Beatles covers.. Sound quality is nice, not perfect, but alright. The covers are .. intresting. THe radiohead cover is pretty right on musically, but the singer really sucks. The 'entire b-side of the beatles 'abby road'" gimmick was fun, but the music wasn't perfect. ... The other non cover songs were okay, but kinda boring and jammy. I listened to the show only becuase it was streamable.. I'm not really that stoked on this side project.
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